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Boeing takes $5bn compensation hit over 737 MAX crashes
Boeing is taking a $4.9bn (£3.9bn) charge to compensate airlines following the prolonged grounding of the 737 MAX fleet after two crashes.
Crossrail is £2.8bn over budget - and MPs warn costs will rise further
MPs have launched a blistering attack on the Department for Transport (DfT) and Transport for London (TfL), as ballooning costs and long delays continue to plague Crossrail.
Government borrowing leaps by 33% in tax year's first quarter
Higher spending and debt interest payments pushed government borrowing up by a third in the first three months of the tax year, according to official figures.
Chernobyl FX star DNEG prepares blockbuster London float
A multi-Oscar-winning British visual effects house which has worked on films including First Man and Venom is preparing a blockbuster of its own: a London float that will value it at hundreds of millions of pounds.
Outgoing RBS boss McEwan takes another tough assignment
The chief executive of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) Ross McEwan is to take the reins at another struggling bank when he leaves the role.
BBC and ITV to launch BritBox streaming service to rival Netflix
The BBC and ITV have signed a deal to launch subscription service BritBox in the UK before the end of the year.
Public sector workers to receive biggest pay rise in six years
Public sector workers including teachers, soldiers and police officers will reportedly be given pay rises above inflation as part of new government plans.
Mars missions and rockets: Cornwall in deep-space communications revolution
Scientists at a satellite earth station in Cornwall say they will be able to provide deep-space communication facilities for missions to Mars within the next five years.
Argus Media pulls plug on talks about deal with Canadian fund
The energy information provider Argus Media has called off talks about the sale of part of its biggest shareholder's stake after weeks of negotiations.
No-deal Brexit would plunge UK into recession, OBR watchdog warns
A no-deal Brexit will plunge the UK economy into recession and could leave a £30bn black hole in public finances, according to the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR).